TEDx Nakasero Women | Prof. Maggie’s Story

Posted January 18, 2014 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in TED Nakasero ~ 3,018 views


TED is a global foundation devoted to Ideas worth Spreading. It started out in 1984 as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, and Design. Since then, its scope has become ever broader.

With its two annual conferences, video website, initiatives and community projects, TED is now a platform and a global movement focused on meaningful change through the power of ideas.

TEDxNakaseroWomen is a Licensed event with a mission to create change through spreading great ideas.

TEDxNakaseroWomen is independently organized around the live webcast of TEDWomen a one – day event curated by Ted and Pat Mitchell. This Year TEDWomen took place on December 5th 2013 in San Francisco.


TEDxNakaseroWomen was held on December 6th 2013 and featured the live stream as well as local speakers. TEDxNakaseroWomen was being organized by a team of relatively young innovative and professional women and men who are passionate, dedicated and believe in spreading different ideas for the positive change that we need for development.

We believe that TEDxNakaseroWomen is a meaningful and timely platform for the people of Kampala to engage in ideas worth spreading, to learn and hear about innovations that often times nobody notices and to steer conversations that stimulate debate for development.

By supporting us, you join the global TEDx community, and benefit from TEDxNakaseroWomen’s individually tailored, local flavor. Becoming a TEDxNakaseroWomen Partner means you share in our vision of spreading ideas that are intended to change the world for the better. Prof. Maggie Kigozi is the President, International federation of Business and Professional Women(BPW) Kampala.

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